Brush pick up for Wednesday and Thursdays will start Mon., Aug. 14. Have your brush on the terrace for pick up.

Senior Lunches continue at Good Shepherd through August 10. Starting the 15th, they move back to the Meadowridge Community Room.

Want to be a crossing guard? Work 10-14 hours a week at $16.36 per hour. Apply now for this fall to

Dane County Time Bank. Trade volunteer work for credits that you can use to obtain services you need. Visit

Mon., Aug 7 5-7:30pm Art Cart at Huegel Park. The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s Art Cart brings expert instruction and a relaxed attitude to portable art projects. For children ages three and above. All children should be accompanied by an adult. Families can drop in with no pre-registration nec­essary.

Tues., Aug 8 2 – 4:00 pm Amazing Amulet Party. Meadowridge Library. Read like a Badger this summer and earn a golden ticket for entry into an Amazing Amulet Party at a Madison Public Library near you! Visit any party location and present your golden ticket for a chance to craft your own victory amulet. A family friendly event, with amulet designs accessible to reading victors of all age.

Tues., Aug 8 2:00pm. Hopscotch-A-thon Grab your chalk and make the longest hopscotch course Madison has ever seen! On the porch of Sequoya Library for hopscotch madness (or in the meeting room in case of rain.) Drop in to draw or just to hop.

Tues. , Aug 8 6- 7:30pm Woodblock Carving and Printing. Meadowridge Library. Create your own woodblock print. Learn how to create your image, carve your block, and print on paper and fabric. Feel free to bring a t-shirt or other fabric to print on and wear something you don’’t mind getting a little inky! No experience necessary, ages 16+. Registration required, visit: to register!​

Tues., Aug. 8 6:30-8:30pm Computer Back-Up Strategies. Use simple techniques for successfully backing up and restoring computer data files. Topics include: identifying and locating files to back up, choosing a backup media or online service, techniques for successfully backing up and restoring files and utilizing automated backup software. Adults. Alicia Ashman Library. To register, go to

Wed., August 9 9:30-11:00am and every Wednesday, Agrace offers a grief support group at Agrace, 5395 Cheryl Parkway. All are welcome, drop in. For more info, go to

Thurs, Aug 10 ​10:30-11:15am​ Pop-Up Puppet Theatre. ​Head to the​ Meadowridge​ library for silly stories and puppet fun! No registration required.School Age (Grades K-5)​.​

Thurs., Aug 10 7-10pm Garbage to Glam. Monica Terrace. Assemble a team to turn items from the trash pile into runway worthy Haute Couture. We’ll provide the recycled materials plus 2 hours for your team to design and fabricate a high fashion creation. Prizes awarded for the most innovative design. Fees: $30/team of 2-6 people or $15/individual. 21+ Cash bar. Register by August 7.Get your Eventbrite tickets here.​

​Thurs., Aug 10 6-8pm Finding Good Health Information OnLine. Need help finding trustworthy health information​? ​With a UW-Madison librarian​ Julie Arensdorf​ as your guide, you’ll explore some of the internet’s most accurate and understandable sources for health information. Bring your laptop or use one provided by the library.​ Sequoya Library.​

​​Fri., Aug 11 5:30-9:30​pm​ Dane Dances. Dance free on the Monona Terrace Rooftop. DJ Ace from 5:30-7:30, Primitive Culture (a combo of Funk, Reggae, Latin and Rhythm and Blues) and BBI from 8-9:30.

​Fri., Aug 11 6:30-8:30pm My King: International Film Series. Alicia Ashman Library. Free. Tony is admitted to a rehabilitation center after a serious skiing accident. Dependent o​n​ medical staff and painkillers, she takes the time to remember the tumultuous love story she lived with Georgio. Directed by Maiween, starring Vincent Cassel, Emmanuelle Bercot, Louis Garrel.​

​Sat., Aug 12 10- 11:00am​ Tech and Tinker–Special Eclipse Edition.​ Join us for a special App creation session using Bitsbox. Make your own Eclipse app making the moon cover the sun and pick up your free pair of eclipse glasses to wear during the special events on August 21st!​ Ages 7-12. Sequoya Library.​